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Katie Bald katie@cityhomecollective.com Katie Bald is a fervent fighter for the rights of the Oxford comma and a practitioner of the pop-culture pen. That is to say -- as a very regular contributor to our COLLECTIVE blog -- she'll be sprinkling most of her well-written stories with either hip-hop lyrics or movie quotes. As our editor's right-hand gal, Katie will aid in whipping the copy on our site into tip-top shape. An English graduate of the University of Utah, this bird is a firm believer in the Ray Bradbury school of thought: says he, "You must stay drunk on writing so reality cannot destroy you.”
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Art Met Fashion | It Was Intense

In a hurricane of flower petals, high-gloss acrylic paints, rope, and latex, Art Meets Fashion‘s 2015 showcase has come to a dizzying, fabulous close. As we mentioned a few weeks back, the fantastic organization, who’s mission it is to “support the artistic community throughout

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A Chat with Mayor Becker

We at cityhomeCOLLECTIVE always relish a round table discussion. The opportunity to gather a few good minds gives us a certain thrill, so we were over the moon when Mayor Ralph Becker made himself available–and we were able to partake in–an old fashioned Q&A.

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Thayer Coggin Road Show | Forsey’s

In a spot of kismet many years ago, two men got together and spun a collaboration the likes of which would forever change the face of modern design. Thayer Coggin and Milo Baughman, furniture maker and designer, respectively, have undeniably shaped the mid-century modern

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Art Meets Fashion | Talent + Passion

Though we’re always game for a horn-toot for Art Meets Fashion–a group who’s mission it is to “support the artistic community throughout the year with lecture series, documentary and photojournalism projects, on-going creative business support, and culturally engaging events”–we feel especially apt to ballyhoo

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Place of Worship | If You Build It

“The ornament of a house is the friends who frequent it.” - Ralph Waldo Emerson Salt Lake City (and much of Utah, for that matter) is a garden–a terrarium where transplants and natives live as a harmonious whole. This salty state is a magnificent one,

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#DareToImagine | Claiming Our Future

We’re all for the expansion of this fair city. Where some see outsiders moving in and the terrifying notion of change, we see the opportunity for a rap sesh with a few fresh faces, both “new in town” and “established as hell”. One of

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Equal Rights & Fabulous Nights

Well. The 2015 Allies for Equality Dinner/Gala/Fundraiser was, in a word, fanfreakingtabulous. What a night. Time of our lives (hangover of our lives). The Allies Dinner–a gathering that seeks to celebrate the preceding year’s victories in equality, highlight the work still to be done, and

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SLFS | Vamos a Cuba!

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SL Modern | Let There Be Light

Our COLLECTIVE headquarters houses more than a few architecture aficionados, design die-hards, and homies of historical preservation–in fact, our CEO sits squarely on the Salt Lake Modern committee. To say we’ve got a bit of a thing for buildings would be a gross understatement.

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Beer & Ballet | Part Deux

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